|Rag Radio 2011-03-11 / Historical Archivist Tim Hamblin on 25 Years of SXSW Music - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Tim Hamblin is the Video Archivist at the Austin History Center and is curator of "5X5Y: 25 Years of SXSW Music." (SXSW -- South by Southwest -- is a massive and highly-influential music, film, and interactive conference and festival held annually in Austin.) Tim Hamblin has worked in the music and video business in Austin for over 30 years. He has produced award-winning music videos, taught classes in music video at Laguna Gloria Art Museum, and produced video festivals for the early SXSW music...
Keywords: Thorne Dreyer; Rag Radio; Tim Hamblin; SXSW; Austin History Center; Popular Music
|People United - April 1, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features coverage of the tenth annual Cesar Chavez "Si, Se Puede" march that was held in Austin, Texas, on March 26, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Cesar Chavez March; Si Se Puede March; Cesar Chavez; Cesar Chavez Day; People Organized for the Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Susana Almanza; legacy; struggle; labor movement; social movement; people of color; Chicanos; immigrants; immigrant justice; backlash; Texas State Legislature; House Bill 505; HB 505; Janie Rangel; Christino Herrera; Nicole Barrera; Mike Martinez; Austin City Council; El Trio Valendoza; Michael Mendoza; Celeste Mendoza; Liliana Valenzuela; Anna Yanez-Correa; Texas Criminal Justice Coalition; Fernando Adame; Workers Defense Project; Proyecto Defensa Laboral; Esther Reyes; Austin Immigrants Rights Coalition; Karla Braun; Kendra Castillo; Vanessa Gonzalez; Carmen Llanes; Texans United for Families; TUFF; Gloria Espitia; Austin History Center; Max Elliot; Urban Roots; John Connally High School; Sofia Castellanos; Salvador Gutierrez; music; culture; history; current events
|People United 2013 Dec 06 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Marcelo Tafoya on Chicano activism, Tex-Mex culture, and the Mexican American community, with an emphasis on two newspapers he used to publish in Austin, Texas, The Echo and Musica. He spoke at the Austin History Center on October 27, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; A Journalistic View of Grassroots Activism 1970-1980; Marcelo Tafoya; The Echo; Musica; Gloria Espitia; Austin History Center; Brown Beret Series; Brown Berets; La Raza Unida; United Farm Workers; LULAC; League of United Latin American Citizens; PODER; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Tejano Artist Music Museum; Mexican American Cultural Center; Zeke Romo; Paul Hernandez; Susana Almanza; Raúl Valdez; Chicano; Chicana; Tejano; Tejana; Mexican American; Tex-Mex; Latin; Latino; Latina; Hispanic; East Austin; Texas; Tejas; Mexico; United States; border; community; barrio; music; culture; activism; organizing; radio; television; newspaper; photography; journalism; media; advertising; distribution; city politics; police brutality; affordable housing; single-member districts; environmental justice; people of color; communities of color; minorities; whiteness; race; ethnicity; class; economic; rich; poor; archive; archiving; social movement; social justice; equity; struggle; history; current events
|People United - September 3, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode is devoted to the Austin History Center's "Mexican American Firsts: Trailblazers of Austin and Travis County," scheduled to continue through January 16, 2011. It features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Mike Miller and Gloria Espitia of the Austin History Center, historian Emilio Zamora from the University of Texas at Austin, and Paul Saldana of Adelante Solutions Inc., the consulting firm that collected and analyzed data for the City of Austinâs Hispanic Quality o...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Mexican American Firsts; Mexican American Trailblazers; Travis County; Chicanos; Mexican Americans; people of color; communities of color; Brown Berets; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; CAMILA; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Austin City Council; PODER; Resistencia Bookstore; Red Salmon Arts; Save Our Youth; SOY; social movements; city government; Austin History Center; City of Austin; Hispanic Quality of Life Initiative; health; environmental justice; civil rights; struggle; Mike Miller; Gloria Espitia; Emilio Zamora; Paul Saldana; Susana Almanza; Gilbert Rivera; John Trevino; raulsalinas; raulrsalinas; Raul Salinas; Raul R Salinas; Rene Renteria; Iris Renteria; Norah Renteria; historiography; history; current events; oppression; liberation; empowerment
|People United 2013 Apr 12 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features archivist John H. Slate on his book Lost Austin, with additional reflections from muralist Raúl Valdez and activist Mariann Wizard. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on April 7, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; John H Slate; John Slate; Lost Austin; Austin History Center; Arcadia Publishing; Images of America; archivist; city; Dallas; Texas; University of Texas at Austin; Frank Erwin; radio; television; cable; public access; Austin Community Television; ACTV; Alternative Views; Infosex; sexuality; LGBT; hippies; counterculture; social movements; social justice; underground press; The Rag; The Rag Blog; Rag Radio; gender; class; race; ethnicity; Chicano; Mexican American; African American; black; white; people of color; communities of color; minorities; demographics; segregation; gentrification; real estate; development; developer; Rainey Street; East Austin; Eric Mitchell; Austin City Council; Juarez-Lincoln University; Antioch College; Antioch University; We Will Always Be Here; muralist; murals; Los Elementos; Raúl Valdez; Carlos Lowry; Varsity Theater; Methodist Student Center; Mariann Wizard; civil rights; activist; activism; bars; gay; lesbian; photograph; photography; research; archive; history; current events